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Brushless Motor Design vs Brushed Motor Design

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Brushless Motor Design vs Brushed Motor Design

As brushed motor depends on a mechanical system to transfer currents in order to create motion in the rotor. In these motors, a wound armature is attached at the center and a permanent magnet surrounds the rotor. The current is passed through to the armature coils, creating motion, when the brushes come into contact with a commutator.

Brushless motors, mainly AC induction motors and brushless DC motors, use an electronic mechanism to control current. No physical contact needs to be made in order to transfer current in a brushless motor, often making them a more energy-efficient option.

Brushless Motor Designs: AC Induction Motor vs Brushless DC Motor
In an AC motor, electromagnets surround the stator and produce a rotating current when power is applied. This causes the rotor to turn in response to the induction of a rotating magnetic field in the stator.

In a DC motor such as high speed high torque bldc motor for sale, permanent magnets are located on the rotor itself, instead of on the stator. Motion is created when current passes through the stator and the permanent magnets rotate based on the electromagnetic poles created by the stator.

AC motor design and DC motor design are quite different, but both produce a more efficient and durable solution when compared to brushed motors.

Brushless motor performance varies widely based on design. Understanding brushless motor design is the first step in finding the motor you need.

To find the best brushless motor for your application, you can browse our extensive product listings of motors from the world’s top suppliers of motion control equipment. As brushed motor depends on a mechanical system to transfer currents in order to create motion in the rotor. In these motors, a wound armature is attached at the center and a permanent magnet surrounds the rotor. The current is passed through to the armature coils, creating motion, when the brushes come into contact with a commutator.

Brushless motors, mainly AC induction motors and brushless DC motors, use an electronic mechanism to control current. No physical contact needs to be made in order to transfer current in a brushless motor, often making them a more energy-efficient option. See more:stepper motor china wholesale



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